During the summer months, I receive many calls from cyclists who have been struck by automobiles while cycling on City roads. Many of these individuals use a bicycle as their primary mode of transportation and therefore, do not own cars and do not have automobile insurance. The good news is that this does not prevent an injured cyclist from being compensated.
What happens if the original Will has been lost?
Generally speaking and for various reasons, an Executor will require the original Will, signed by the Deceased.
Yes. Every Ontario motor vehicle liability policy includes coverage for Statutory Accident Benefits (SABs) for insured persons including coverage for accidents that occur in the United States.
65% of Canadians don't have a will. Would you like to know what happens if you die without one?
For any two people who have children but are no longer living together, they are faced with determining custody of their children. If parties are unable to agree on a custodial arrangement by way of negotiating terms of a separation agreement, the court will intervene and make a decision based on what is deemed to be in the children’s best interest.
In Ontario it is the law that all bicycle riders under the age of 18 must wear a helmet while riding. Wondering if the helmet you or your child is wearing fits properly? Use the 2V1 rule.
Notorious serial rapist and convicted murderer Paul Bernardo has applied for day parole. Jeffrey Manishen speaks on CHML with Bill Kelly about the impact to the victims, and the victim's families.
As the mother of two young children and a frequent visitor of public parks, I am surprised by the number of dog owners who allow their dogs to run freely and unleashed in public areas which are heavily populated. If you or your child is attacked by a dog, you can sue the dog owner(s) for damages and expenses.
I was injured outside of the workplace and I can’t do every aspect of my job. I need my work to be modified but I’m afraid to tell my employer because I have seen employees terminated shortly after becoming injured in the past. What should I do?
I have a small dog. My dog is good natured and has never bitten or injured anyone before. If my dog bites someone unexpectedly, can I still be liable?